Disclaimer: If you hate cheesy music... and dog videos, turn back now. We admit, this is probably the softest compilation of videos to ever go up on TGR, but it's been a long week and we don't really care. Here are really cute videos of dogs loving the snow as much as we do to get you through that final push to the weekend. Enjoy...
Forget what people say about Vail Resorts, Jake is hands down the cutest avy dog in the whole wide world.
How many avy dogs does one resort need? Kirkwood has six and we love them all.
I'd like to experience a day in the life of Ridge.
Those ears though.
For old times sake.
For educational purposes.
What's better than puppies and reggae?
Jackson Hole, WY- A distraught local "bro" told TGR Friday that–despite destroying a new set of yet-unreleased 2019 skis on a scree field–he is determined to ride the busted planks all season to capitalize on valuable social media exposure. Wilson, WY resident Julius Jenkins, 24, told TGR reporters he was searching for the "steep and deep" outside of Jackson Hole Mountain Resort boundaries this morning when he bombed through a barely covered patch of rock fragments, completely ruining his
A post shared by gus kenworthy (@guskenworthy) on Jan 22, 2018 at 2:23pm PST On Monday, Team USA athletes took to Instagram to share the styles they will be wearing during on Friday, February 9th during the opening ceremonies to the 2018 PyeongChang Winter Olympics. Skier Gus Kenworthy and snowboarder Jamie Anderson were among those who shared the outfits across social media. And so far, we here at the TGR staff are kind of....on the fence about the whole thing? A
On Dec. 16, 32 lucky girls between the ages of 8 and 16 became ski patrollers for a day at Crystal Mountain in Washington as part of an inaugural SheJumps Junior Ski Patrol day camp. Taught by female ski patrollers and energized by a steady flow of hot cocoa, the girls learned about first aid, avalanche control, snow science, weather stations, driving toboggans, avalanche rescue techniques and patrol dogs. SheJumps–a nonprofit that encourages women in outdoor sports–was founded in 2007